Exploring Undergraduate Active Innovation Ability Training via Research Project for Transformational Development of Chinese Local University

YING-KUI DU, YUAN-HANG CHENG, DAN TIAN, YANG DU

Abstract


During the transformation and development of Chinese local universities in recent years, the key problem is how to establish positive and effective interaction between knowledge structure and innovative practice while teaching. The scientific research projects only be regarded as a carrier and an element for postgraduate educating, the active role and significance as an undergraduate active innovation ability and the team cooperation awareness carrier was commonly ignored. In our view point, the essential attribute that students participate in research project was the exploratory learning and practice of professional knowledge in the field of science and applied research. It means that research projects can provide more space and more options for undergraduate to discover and motivate their own potential and innovative practice awareness, behavior and abilities and be proficient in certain skills. The classical CDIO conception was referred in carrier design and the efficiency was discussed.

Keywords


CDIO, Inquiry Learning, Innovation Carrier, Local University, Research Project

Publication Date


2017-02-02 19:47:15


DOI
10.12783/dtssehs/hsc2016/3481

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